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Juventus, Sevilla, Valencia and Benfica in Europa League acca

Juventus, Sevilla, Valencia and Benfica are all odds-on individually to win their respective Europa League quarter-final second leg games, but Coral offer a fantastic price of 9/2 if all four gain victories.

Juventus v Lyon
The Old Lady take a 1-0 lead to Turin from their first leg tie with the French side, thanks to a late goal from defender Leonardo Bonucci.

Italian giants Juve are in fantastic form, having won eight of their last nine matches in Serie A and are undefeated in five Europa League games this season. They are odds-on both for victory in 90 minutes at 1/3, or to qualify for the semi-finals at 1/16.

Juventus, who also currently top their domestic top-flight by eight points, are favourites at 10/11 to win the Europa League.

Sevilla v Porto
Porto lead the tie 1-0, but the Portuguese side now travel to Seville, where the home side have won their last four La Liga matches at their Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan ground.

Sevilla (16/1 Europa League chances) are odds-on for victory in 90 minutes at 10/11, and are priced at 7/4 to make the semis. b

Colombia striker Carlos Bacca has been in fine form this season for his club, with 19 goals in all competitions, and can be backed at 10/11 to net anytime, or 4/1 to net two or more.

Valencia v Basel
The two sides have faced each other five times in competitive history, with Valencia (40/1 trophy hopes) emphatic victors on three of those occasions.

Basel surprisingly won the first leg of this tie 3-0, and that will spur the home side on to make amends. They are heavily odds-on to beat the Swiss Super League side at 8/15 and, if you fancy them to qualify, back them at 8/1.

Four of their five fixtures with each other have resulted in a scoreline consisting of four or more goals. A price of 13/8 says they will manage a total of over 3.5 again.

Benfica v AZ Alkmaar
An Eduardo Salvio goal for Europa League second-favourites Benfica (11/4) separates the two sides going into this second leg.

The Portuguese side are in dominant form. They have not lost at home this season in all competitions, and are on a run of nine straight victories in the league – where they are now top by seven points with four games to go.

Lisbon giants Benfica, last year’s runners-up in the Europa League, are odds-on both to beat their Dutch opponents in 90 minutes at 1/3, and 1/12 to qualify to the last four.